Martin Staszko had the button, and he limped in for the minimum. Pius Heinz cut out a raise and made it 3.7 million total, and Staszko made the quick call.
The flop came , and Heinz was first to act. He bet 4.3 million, and Staszko made a relatively quick call once again to arrive at the turn . Heinz wasn't slowing down now, and he fired a second bullet worth 8.8 million. Once more, the call came almost instantly from Staszko, and the filled out the board on fifth street. Now Heinz checked it over to his opponent, and Staszko took a while thinking. After some time, he settled on 14.5 million, and he slid them out to put close to 50 million in the pot! About a quarter of the chips in play.
Heinz tanked for a while, then announced an all-in shove! It was everything he had on the check-raise, and Staszko reacted with a shake of his head and a puzzled look. He had Heinz covered, but he'd be left with chump change if he called and was wrong.
He did not call. Instead, it was Heinz's cheering section erupting in their trademark chant as Staszko surrendered to the German.
The chip lead has changed hands once again, and it's Heinz back on top.